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Webster community bands together to help others vote

Community members are trying to help others overcome obstacles that stem from voting by mail. They are holding notary drives and Webster VOTES is...

Bridge Builders exchange program creates connection

Webster Impact Scholars have been able to travel to Dupree, South Dakota and learn about Lakota Sioux Natives due to a partnership between Bridge...

Social movements on the rise: Students speak out for justice

Breonna Taylor was honored by students at a vigil on Sept. 27. Junior and president of the Association for African American Collegians Savanna Hulbert...

‘Make Good Trouble’ Multimedia Contest Calls Students to Vote

Webster students are taking part in the “Make Good Trouble: Why John Lewis Inspires Me to Vote” multimedia competition. The contest encourages students to...

Get registered to vote

The deadline to register to vote in Missouri is Oct. 7. Make sure you're registered — or get registered — by following these steps. Requirements...

St. Louis libraries offer drive-thru COVID-19 testing

St. Louis County Libraries offer books and other recourses for their community. Now, they are working with the St. Louis County Health Department and...

Online classes transform community’s outlook of education

A chicken in Alex Weschler's second grader's Zoom class was the least of the struggles the family faced with virtual classes. Students and teachers...

Music education freshmen reflect on first month of college

Online and hybrid classes - along with restrictions on gatherings - have made the first-year experience for current music education freshman different from years...

Activist voices in town stand against anonymous opposition

Activists from Peace United Church of Christ are not backing down after their church was vandalized with racist graffiti. Friday night on East Lockwood Avenue...

Library works to accommodate students while following CDC guidelines

Emerson Library has worked to create space for commuters and keep students safe during COVID-19. Dean Eileen Condon moves towards altering the library set-up to...

Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg dies at 87

Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg died of complications from cancer. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg has died at 87. According to a press release from...

Comparing Webster’s COVID-19 plan to other St. Louis area colleges

Webster returned to campus with temperature checks and daily health screenings. What are other St. Louis colleges doing? So, what’s the plan? Webster students returned to...

Commuters find ways to adapt as classes go hybrid

Commuter Haley Emelko only had two words to describe her schedule this semester: organized chaos. Eighty minutes. Senior Haley Sante would spend 40 minutes — on...

Voting in Missouri made accessible by mail-in ballots, in-person voting or absentee

On Nov. 3, Missouri will hold an election where voters can cast a ballot for the presidential candidate they support. For Missourian's who do...

Webster dorm residents settle into new normal due to COVID-19

Webster University has implemented protocols and adapted on-campus housing to limit the spread of COVID-19. "When you really sit and think about it, it’s...

Bright Flight recipients find their scholarships cut by $1,200

Students at Webster were already learning how to adapt to attending a university in the middle of a pandemic. Now, Bright Flight recipients must...

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